Other Filipino-American BBALL Players
Aside for GIAN CHIU and JAPETH AGUILAR there are some fil-ams playing in the US
Here are some name:
Alvyn Cabonce F 6-3 190 From Ilocos, Philippines of San Jose City College
Dustin Coloso 190 G 80 Kean (son of an ex-PBA player he was drafted by
Redbull I think buyt never made the roster)
Julius Cezar David 5-3 G 76 Felician
Jeff Dosado 175 G 82 American Intern. (check the school website)
Alex Dunwoody 6-2 G Great Falls
Jermaine Phillips 183 G 82 St.Edward's
Jacks sign another top recruit
BROOKINGS, S.D. - South Dakota State University signed California high school prospect Michael Palarca to a letter of intent on Tuesday, indicating his plans to enroll at SDSU next fall and participate in the men’s basketball program.
A 5-10 guard from Santa Clarita, Calif., and Chatsworth High Shcool’s all-time leader in points, assitsts and steals, Palarca averaged 18.7 points, 7.3 assists and 5.1 steals per game in 2006-07 as a senior. He also led the Chancellors to a 20-8 record and into the second round of the Los Angeles City Championship.
Palarca also led Chatsworth to a 9-1 West Valley League record, earning him league most valuable player honors in the process. In addition to his MVP honors, he earned all-city and all-area honors during his senior year, when he ranked 13th in the nation with 134 steals.
In two previous years on the varisty squad at Chatsworth High School, Palarca averaged 15.2 points, 8.4 assists and 5.5 steals per game and earned first-team All-West Valley both years and all-city honors as a junior.
Palarca took home defensive player of the tournament honors after leading Chatsworth to the Chaminade Christmas Classic Tournament championship during the 2005-06 season.
Palarca joins a trio of recruits who signed on with the Jackrabbits so far this off-season, including Dale Moss, who averaged 18 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists per game as a senior; Clint Sargent, who averaged 19 points, 4.5 rebounds and 4 assists per game during his senior season; and Josh Cassaday, who averaged 19 points, 7.6 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game during his senior season.
Jermaine Phillips of St Edward bio
For the Womens National Team
Karl Malone's son
we all know that Karl's wife has pinoy blood....
Karl malone junior.........
Actually Japeth and Gian aren't Fil-ams. They are Filipino citizens that happen to be playing basketball in the States.
Julius David played a season of professional ball with the MBA's Osaka Pangasinan Waves in 2002. He has the distinction of being the shortest player in MBA history.
Originally Posted by DaveMap2007
Stephens Top Scorer For Harbour Center
Burger King halts losing skid
Last updated 05:51pm (Mla time) 05/26/2007
BURGER King halted its seven-game losing skid with a 78-75 victory
against Toyota Balintawak in the PBL Unity Cup at The Arena in San Juan..
The Whoppers, however, needed to win by 17 points to clinch the
remaining twice-to-beat advantage in the quarterfinals.
The incentive went instead to the Road Kings, who secured a higher
quotient despite ending up with similar 5-7 slates with the Whoppers.
Both squads will clash again in the quarterfinals starting Tuesday,
with the Road Kings only needing to win once to advance to the semifinals.
Henkel Sista booked the first quarterfinal edge last Thursday with a
third-best 6-6 card.
In the second game, Cebuana Lhuillier-Pera Padala easily crushed
Harbour Centre, 87-74, to rule the elimination round with a 10-2 record.
Ken Bono delivered 20 points, nine rebounds and three assists to lead
the Moneymen to a second-round sweep for a conference-best seven
With their chief gunners hardly showing their usual fire, Batang Pier
slid to second place with a 9-3 slate.
BURGER KING 78--Viray 18, Bravo 13, Quiñahan 13, Urbiztondo 11,Mendoza
6, Buenafe 5 David 5, Ballesteros 4, Garrido 3, Te 0, Del Rosario 0,
TOYOTA BALINTAWAK 75--Devance 15, Cruz 14, Cabahug 13, Rodriguez 12,
Daa 7, Coching 3, Cagoco 3, Coronel 3, Guerrero 3, Dedicatoria 2, Jaime
0, Baluyot 0, Fajardo 0.Quarters: 15-15, 37-32, 61-48, 78-75
CEBUANA LHUILLIER 87--Bono 20, Capus 17, Sta. Maria 11, Dela Peña 9,
Kramer 8, Dulay 6, Grijaldo 4, Solis 4, Yee 2, Oreta 2, Burtscher 2,
Escalona 2, Dela Cuesta 0.
HARBOUR CENTRE 74--Stephens 12, Asoro 10, Lanete 10, Belga 7, Intal 7,
Araña 5, Castro 5, Gamboa 4, Vergara 3, Fernandez 3, Caoati 2, Alonzo
2, Duncil 0.Quarters: 24-14, 46-35, 73-57, 87-74